Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy 2004 Large Spiral Editionby David N. Gilbert, Merle A. Sande, Robert C. Moellering, George M. Eliopoulos, Robert Moellering
The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy can be had in more ways than
The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy continues to be one of the most frequently used and widely read medical references. With ever-increasing challenges posed by infectious diseases, this concise, well-annotated pocket reference remains a staple in lab coat pockets throughout the world.
The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy can be had in more ways than ever:
1. The long-familiar pocket-sized edition (4x6 inches) which so many of our readers first became acquainted with in medical school or as residents;
2. The larger spiral-bound edition (5.25x8.5 inches) for those of us whose eyesight just isn�t what it used to be;
3. And now available in electronic editions for Palm-based and Pocket PC handheld computers, containing the complete content, including all of the references, of the print editions.
The first edition had a green cover, was 39 pages long, included 10 tables, identified 34 antimicrobial agents, and the type was generously spaced. In contrast, the current edition is 154 pages containing 23 tables, about 145 agents and is replete with source references to the published literature.
About the Authors:
David N. Gilbert, M.D.; Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon
Robert C. Moellering, Jr., M.D.; Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
George M. Eliopoulos, M.D.; Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
Merle A. Sande, M.D.; University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah
- Antimicrobial Therapy, Incorporated
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- Edition description:
- Large, Spiral
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